Event Details

  • April 28, 2021
  • 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
  • Free
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Event Description

Confronting Climate Change: Food Security in a Changing World

UC Santa Cruz’s Annual Public Lecture Series -- “Confronting Climate Change: Food Security in a Changing World” on Wednesday, April 28th & Thursday, April 29th.


Confronting Climate Change is an annual Public Lecture Series that brings together scientists, artists, policy experts, and community members to discuss our planet’s wellbeing and share solutions for our future.

This year’s theme is Food Security and how we can adapt to feed a growing population during unprecedented changes in our planet’s climate, culture, and political landscape. The event will include two short on-demand films curated by the Arts Division at UC Santa Cruz series and a panel discussion of the films on April 28th.

The Panel includes:
Michelle Aguilar, Filmmaker
Andrés Camacho, Filmmaker
Rita Mehta, UC Santa Cruz
Dan Costa, UC Santa Cruz

The second day of the event on April 29th will feature a panel discussion on the topic of Food Security hosted by the Division of Physical and Biological Sciences and the Division of Social Sciences.

The Panel includes:
Noah Diffenbaugh, Stanford University
Aditi Sen, Oxfam America
Galina Hale, UC Santa Cruz
Naya Jones, UC Santa Cruz
Stacy Philpott, UC Santa Cruz


Both events are free and will be conducted virtually beginning at 5:30pm.

For registration please visit: https://confrontingclimatechange.ucsc.edu/ to receive the Zoom Link.

The University of California, Santa Cruz
1156 High Street
Santa Cruz, California 95064

Event presented by:

  • University of California Santa Cruz